Food Drive - Million Noodle March

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Postby TeamQuiggan on Tue Aug 15, 2006 10:34 pm

Hello, I have donated 1.8 kg of spagetti goodness, to His Cause.
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Postby Dr. Otis Lansa on Wed Aug 16, 2006 10:48 am

YAY!!! More donations! I'll put them on the board.
When Alpaca is around, we'll have to get that thermometer updated as well.


anthrobabe, what about cooking up a pot of spaghetti... just a basic pasta and tomato sauce even, and bringing it down to share? Or try contacting your local Food Not Bombs group:

ARKANSAS
Little Rock
Page, 108 Mills Terrace, Hot Springs NP, AR,71913

I can't find a phone number there, so you might have to pop a letter off.
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Postby anthrobabe on Wed Aug 16, 2006 10:52 am

I do not know what we are

Little Rockians
Little Rockers

or we do have a basketball team now called the Rim Rockers--- and no we don't need any more jokes about it- we have enough OMG do we have enough.

I'll get some food bank posts on that thread- there are two churches in Jax I know of that put their WWJD to work and that is what counts- Do it not lip service it
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Postby boghog on Wed Aug 16, 2006 11:07 am

Yarr! More crew for the pirate-y voyage! Excellent!

And BTW, anthrobabe - props for the Red Dwarf reference in your signature!
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Postby boghog on Mon Sep 18, 2006 9:49 pm

Ahoy and avast!

I'se been plunderin' i' advance o' Talk Like a Poirate Day!

Rudder amidships, Dr. Lansa, and mark more booty on the tally board:

900 g Linguini, qty-3

Yarr, 'tis better than the hard-tack, even with the weekly lime!
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Postby Dr. Otis Lansa on Fri Sep 22, 2006 9:40 am

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Pasta for the Faith Based School Lunch Program

Postby PastaServer134 on Sat Oct 21, 2006 5:47 pm

Dearly Beloved,

The US government runs a faith based school lunch benefit in which they will give us vast (by our standards) sums of money to go out and buy Pasta to feed kids at school. See: Faith Based School Lunch Program

Here is our chance to combine our Million Noodle effort with the kind of government financed religious activity that will help propagate the Church of the FSM :fsm: . All we need is for the :worship: True Prophet Bobby (May Pasta be upon his name) to write them and ask for the money to buy Pasta, and then use our Million Noodle structure to hand it out (remember: we can have Prophet but no profit, so no putting some in your pocket :x ).

I suspect that St. Bobby will get a “buzz offâ€￾ letter back, and then it is off to the media. Either way, we win (and we still hand out the Million Noodles anyway).
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Postby Platypus on Sun Apr 01, 2007 5:54 am

For me there is no food bank withing 20 miles!! But my school does this thing after easter where you bring in a shoebox full of foods and things that will be sent out to africa, and seeing as bags of noodles will stack quite nicley in a shoebox, then i might just have to send them a lot of noodles!! :fsm:
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Postby Etay on Tue Aug 14, 2007 12:20 pm

Ramen would work nicely.
You can get packaged ramen at your local food grocer.

It comes with various additives, such as Roasted Chicken.
It cooks in 3 minutes.
It's also good for you.


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Postby anthrobabe on Sat Sep 01, 2007 2:46 pm

Etay wrote:Ramen would work nicely.
You can get packaged ramen at your local food grocer.

It comes with various additives, such as Roasted Chicken.
It cooks in 3 minutes.
It's also good for you.


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good for you
you are either
A:insane
B: a conosure of vindaloo/curry and have lost all but one tastebud
C: a pirate

let's go with pirate(that way being insane and liking hot foods will be not only normal but expected) :fsm_yarr:
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Re: Food Drive - Million Noodle March

Postby HeathenPastafarian on Wed Jun 25, 2008 2:44 pm

Seeing as i'm a newbie, I was curious if the Million Noodle March was still ongoing...there doesn't seem to be any new posts.

Also, I have to ask if ramen is an acceptable donation noodle?

BTW, ramen is slightly good for you, especially if you don't use all the seasoning. I myself, being poor, eat ramen for dinner dry in the package. I mash it up, open the package, sprinkle about half the seasoning on, and eat it like chips. Yum. Filling and not fattening. Of course it's basically like eating flour, but that's okay. It's cheap.

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Re: Food Drive - Million Noodle March

Postby The Prophet on Thu Jul 17, 2008 10:30 am

Will 2 slices of whole wheat toast be acceptable? :worship:
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Re: Food Drive - Million Noodle March

Postby DancingKitty on Mon Jul 21, 2008 2:59 pm

HeathenPastafarian wrote:Seeing as i'm a newbie, I was curious if the Million Noodle March was still ongoing...there doesn't seem to be any new posts.


Most of the Marchers moved on.
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Re: Food Drive - Million Noodle March

Postby Phlebas on Sun Sep 21, 2008 5:31 am

I thought this was a great idea even if the thread is a bit old. Funny thing, when I was in the supermarket buying the pasta, the rep from San Remo asked me what I was doing with all the pasta (about 20 packets). When I told him I was taking it to the foodbank, he told me that their company had been doing the same thing every Friday for years, except for the pirate costume.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABM1cu-pJeY

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Re: Food Drive - Million Noodle March

Postby frenchcowlol96 on Tue Feb 17, 2009 9:20 pm

Our school had a school drive half the food was ramin noodles

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